Evseev V.O. , Epishin D.V.


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UDC 351.74 (4)

Annotation. The purpose of the study is to study and evaluate the regulatory and legal institutions established in the CIS countries, in the space of Greater Eurasia, in order to ensure their sustainable development. The CIS countries are in a zone of turbulent development, which in many cases are specially created by the EU and the USA, in order to destabilize the situation in the country, in the refusal of the CIS countries from integration processes, in changing the mental co-knowledge of the top officials of the state. Economic and military-political separatism increased the importance of such institutions as the EAEU and the CSTO, which contributed to the proliferation of controlled chaos and all types of crime. It should be noted that the European security services, in particular Europol, for all its functional professionalism, depends on the ideology of the EU and the USA and contributes to the destabilization of the development of the CIS countries and the EAEU, in particular, helps the EU and the USA penetrate into the space of Greater Eurasia. Methods: system analysis, logical and historical analysis, regression analysis. Results: а system of equations has been obtained showing how elements of controlled chaos affect the characteristics of a country. It is proposed to create a security service – “Eurasiapol”, which will combat risks and traps in the Greater Eurasia and will contribute to strengthening integration processes. Conclusions. The creation of the new Eurasian security service “Eurasiapol” is certainly a new step of trust in interstate relations, it is certainly an indicator of readiness to introduce a new element into the integration mechanism that will prevent the emergence of external and internal risks that can create conditions for irreversible deviations in interstate relations.

Keywords: security service of «Eurasiapol», criminal zones, Greater Eurasia, Eurasia, security, development, integration, regression equations.


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